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Page 333 - the case may be), that I will bear true allegiance to the United States of America, and that I will serve them honestly and faithfully against all their enemies or opposers whatsoever ; and observe and obey the orders of the President of the United States, and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to the rales and articles for the
Page 349 - to obtain copies thereof. The party tried by any general court-martial shall, upon demand thereof, made by himself, or by any person or persons in his behalf, be entitled to a copy of the sentence and proceedings of such courtmartial. ART. 91. In cases where the General, or Commanding Officer, may order a court of
Page 336 - confine him, and give notice thereof to the corps in which he last served, the said officer shall, by a court-martial, be cashiered. ART. 23. Any officer or soldier who shall be convicted of having advised or persuaded any other officer or soldier to desert the service of the United States, shall suffer death, or such other
Page 129 - length of the flag, extending to the lower edge of the fourth red stripe from the top. The storm flag is twenty feet by ten feet. The state flag is made of white bunting, twelve feet fly by ten feet hoist, bearing in the centre the arms of the State of
Page 166 - overcoming resistance to the execution of legal process, or to the discharge of any other legal duty; and it is also justifiable, when necessarily committed by any person in attempting, by lawful ways and means, to apprehend any person for any felony committed, or in lawfully suppressing any riot, or in lawfully keeping and preserving the peace.
Page 344 - transmitted to the secretary of war, to be laid before the President of the United States for his confirmation or disapproval, and orders in the case. All other sentences may be confirmed and executed by the officer ordering the court to assemble, or the Commanding Officer for the time being, as the case may be. ART.
Page 350 - impartially record the proceedings of the court, and the evidence to be given in the ca.se in hearing. So help you God." The witnesses shall take the same oath as witnesses sworn before a court-martial. ART. 94. When any commissioned officer shall die
Page 340 - of a court-martial. ART. 47. No soldier belonging to any regiment, troop, or company shall hire another to do his duty for him, or be excused from duty but in cases of sickness, disability, or leave of absence; and every such soldier found guilty of hiring his duty, as also the party
Page 348 - for the same offence. ART. 88. No person shall be liable to be tried and punished by a general court-martial for any offence which shall appear to have been committed more than two years before the issuing of the order
Page 48 - men is indispensable to discipline. Respect to superiors will not be confined to obedience on duty, but will be extended to all occasions. It is always the duty of the inferior to accost or to offer first the customary salutation, and of the superior to return such complimentary